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Meaning of the Name Bell

244 names found for "Bell"   (page 1 of 5) 

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The first name Bell is of Latin, English, German, Spanish, Czechoslovakian, French origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: Beautiful, Loving, Lovable. Diminutive of Amabel, Annabel, Belinda, or Isabel
English: Diminutive of Annabel: Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's Poem 'Annahel Lee' Made the Form Annabel Popular Throughout the English-speaking World in the Th Century. The Form Annabelle Becam
German: Diminutive of Belinda: from the Old German Betlindis, Which is Derived from the Word for Snake
Spanish: Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish Variant of Elizabeth
Czechoslovakian: White
French: Fair. Lovely One. Sometimes Used As an Independent Name Associated With the French Word Belle, Meaning Beautiful
French: Beautiful
French: Handsome
English: Diminutive of Bellamy: Good-looking Companion

Similar Names

Baal | Bal | Bala | Bali | Balu | Baul | Beal | Beale | Beall | Bela |

Related Names

Aaraa  (Muslim)
Variant of Ara: Embellishing. Adorning
Abell  (Hebrew)
Exhalation of Breath. The Second Son of Adam in the Bible. The Variant Able is Used As an English Surname
Abella  (French)
Breath
Abellona  (Danish)
Mannish
Abellona  (Danish)
Manly
Abellone  (Greek)
Masculine
Adabela  (Hispanic)
Combination of Ada and Bella: Happiness and Beauty (Adabelle, Adabelita, Bela)
Adorabella  (Latin)
Adored Beauty
Adorabelle  (Latin)
Adored Beauty
Amabella  (French)
Lovable
Amabella  (Latin)
Variant of Amabel: Beautiful, Loving, Lovable
Amabelle  (Latin)
Beautiful or Loving
Amabelle  (French)
Lovable
Anabela  (Hispanic)
Combination of Ana (Grace of God) and Bella (Beautiful)
Anabelle  (Latin)
Beautiful. Graceful
Annabel  (English)
Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's Poem 'Annahel Lee' Made the Form Annabel Popular Throughout the English-speaking World. The Form Annabelle Became Popular in the Mid-oth Century
Annabella  (Scottish)
Beautiful Grace
Annabella  (Latin)
Beautiful, Graceful. Latinized Form of the English Annabel; a Variant of the Latin Amabel. Sometimes Interpreted As a Latin Compound Meaning 'Hello Beautiful
Annabella  (Latin)
Grace and Beauty
Annabella  (Gaelic)
Joy
Annabella  (English)
Variant of Annabel: Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's Poem 'Annahel Lee' Made the Form Annabel Popular Throughout the English-speaking World. The Form Annabelle Became Popular in the Mid-
Annabelle  (French)
Grace and Beauty
Annabelle  (Gaelic)
Joy
Annabelle  (Latin)
Variant of Amabel: Beautiful, Loving, Lovable, Graceful
Annabelle  (English)
Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's Poem 'Annahel Lee' Made the Form Annabel Popular Throughout the English-speaking World. The Form Annabelle Became Popular in the Mid-oth Century
Ara  (Muslim)
Embellishing. Adorning
Arabella  (Italian)
Beautiful Altar
Arabella  (German)
Eagle Heroine
Arabella  (Teutonic)
Eagle Heroine,Austere,Spartan,Handsome
Arabella  (Dutch)
Beautiful
Arabella  (Latin)
Derived from 'Orabilis' Meaning Yielding to Prayer. Famous Bearer: Lady Arabella Stuart Was Cousin of King James Vi of Scotland. Also a Variant of Amabel Meaning Beautiful, Loving, Lovable, Graceful
Arabella  (Teutonic)
Eagle or Heroine
Arabella  (English)
Name of Uncertain Etymology. Believed to Be Derived from a Norman Name Derived from the Element Arn (Eagle) or Arin (A Hearth). Some Believe it a Variant of Annabel. Variations: Arabel, Arabell, Orabe
Arabella  (Latin)
Beautiful Altar
Arabelle  (Latin)
Derived from 'Orabilis' Meaning Yielding to Prayer. Famous Bearer: Lady Arabella Stuart Was Cousin of King James Vi of Scotland. Also a Variant of Amabel Meaning Beautiful, Loving, Lovable, Graceful
Araminta  (English)
Thought to Be a Compound of Arabella and Aminta, Invented by Restoration Dramatist Sir John Vanbrugh
Audabella  (English)
Combination of Audi & Bella
Balamy  (English)
Variant of Bellamy: Good-looking Companion
Barabell  (Gaelic)
Stranger
Bel  (English)
Diminutive of Annabel: Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's Poem 'Annahel Lee' Made the Form Annabel Popular Throughout the English-speaking World in the Th Century. The Form Annabelle Becam
Bel  (French)
Fair. Lovely One. Sometimes Used As an Independent Name Associated With the French Word Belle, Meaning Beautiful
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